Happy 25th Birthday Mirror Moves.

The fourth album from The Psychedelic Furs, Mirror Moves was the follow up to 1982's Forever Now, which featured "Love My Way," the band's first U.S. chart single.

Mirror Moves has got the goods; "Here Come Cowboys," "Heaven," "Heartbeat," and The Psychedelic Furs' greatest ballad, "The Ghost in You," for which Richard Butler was "ready for his close-up, and the marketplace let him have it."

Of Mirror Moves, Ned Raggett had this to say: "It didn't hurt that some of the band's best songs made an appearance here, either. Both 'The Ghost in You' and 'Heaven' balanced off a warm sound that managed to be radio-friendly on the one hand -- John Ashton's guitar mixed in surprisingly well with the fine if often conventional keyboard arrangements -- and surprisingly barbed on the other. Richard Butler's lyrics were some of his slyest and sharpest, a tone maintained throughout the album..."

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